Ah, stars. They're just like us! They celebrate Thanksgiving dinner and then, even though they're stuffed to the gills, sneak downstairs in the middle of the night to raid the fridge of leftovers. But, um, stars. They're totally different from us. Because if you're Lady Gaga, it was right about now that you discovered that dozens of fans were trying to break into your house.

After celebrating T-day at home with her family, Gaga -- according to her own tweets -- woke up for leftovers in the middle of the night and went to the kitchen. And she was naked! She then happened to catch sight of 35 fans in her garage on her security camera. They were also singing loudly and ringing her door bell. Gaga tweeted:

when gaga is asleep try to break into the garage, sing loud as possible, + ring the doorbell repeatedly

thanksgiving story: woke up for leftovers in kitchen (naked)- stumbled on security camera revealing 35 monsters in my garage

Gaga then apparently rescued a woman named Emma Adaoui, who describes herself as Gaga's "nanny" and her masseuse and manicurist, who had somehow got stuck in the basement with the fans. (Were they in the garage or the basement? I'm so confused!) Gaga tweeted that Emma was safe and then Emma tweeted:

Thanks little monsters. 3am you should try sleeping it works wonders x

Though undoubtedly Gaga must have been somewhat annoyed by all of this, she tried to figure out how to send T-day stuffing down to her fans -- but couldn't fit it under the door. She tweeted:

i should be mad i guess except i tried to figure out how to slide stuffing under the door, but theres no cat-flap

She then tweeted a pic of herself that appears to show her staring at the security camera footage. Perhaps she made herself up for the tweet, because she's got full-on eyebrows and lipstick!

Seriously, monsters, I know you love your idol. But allow the woman to digest her Thanksgiving Day meal in peace! And, oh yeah, GET A LIFE.

Have you ever had anyone break into your house during Thanksgiving? No? Me neither.

 

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